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Tusker (System 3)
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Planet 10 (Mastertronic)
It can't be true. But it is! A good Pac-Man variant in 1989.
The Untouchables (Ocean)
The Untouchables is a cracking conversion. Easily one of the most successful and accurate movie licences to date.
Tried and tested though high quality ninja action.
An old monster hit, looking a little old.
Sigma Seven (Encore)
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Continental Circus (Virgin)
The race game goes one stage further. Ace.
Spooked (Players Premier)
A pretty good game with clean yet colourful graphics that have no clashing or flicker... A testament to how good games can look on the Spectrum when the programmer hasn't had to convert them from another format.
The gameplay is simple, the game is responsive and, most of all, it complements a really tricky game which relies upon your prowess and timing.
Ghosts 'N Goblins (Encore)
There are six levels, each one trickier than the last and the game progressively gets harder.
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